One of the things I like about Israeli train stations is that most of them have pianos that commuters can play while waiting for their trains. We had a short wait for our train home after
our visit to the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History today, and we were treated to a mini-performance.
By the time this creative commuter finished playing, he’d attracted a small audience of fellow travelers who sat around him to listen to him play.
95 Rokah Blvd, תל אביב יפו, Israel
I’ve been listening to a Hans Zimmer radio station on Spotify, and
this gem from the Planet Earth 2 soundtrack popped up, wow:
I really enjoy
Tall Heights‘ “Horse to Water”. In particular, I love the strings you hear in the chorus. The music video is a little odd, but the music is terrific:
I first heard the track on Spotify so here it is:
I’m a recent convert to Spotify and I’m really enjoying it. I discovered
this playlist that has some great, new (to me) music that’s perfect to relax with:
One of my new favourites from this playlist is this one from Little May:
Photo by Eric Nopanen on Unsplash
I first heard
Pain by The War on Drugs in an iTunes Radio playlist recently. It’s one of my new favourite tracks:
I follow a couple bands that just create beautiful, meaningful music. I think I’ve found another to add to my little list.
Some days a little musical assistance makes a lot of difference when the day seems to be crawling towards its conclusion.
Today’s musical salvation is an oldie from Eric Clapton titled “
It’s In The Way That You Use It” from way back in 1986.
I created a playlist with a bunch of oldies, mostly from the 20th century. I have it playing on my iPod Classic today and I am grateful for it!
This video is great. These Irish dancers are apparently part of the Riverdance cast. This must have been an awesome wedding to be a guest at.
I love Riverdance and
Lord of the Dance. This style of Irish dancing really appeals to me and being at a wedding where a professional dance troupe break out in dance like this would be amazing.
Featured image credit:
Feet of Flames by Max Lin, licensed CC BY-SA 2.0
Whether you are a fan of rock band AC/DC or not, you may enjoy these three flavours of their hit song “Thunderstruck”. I was watching videos on YouTube the other day and enjoyed these renditions.
first version is the band in concert. If you aren’t familiar with the song, this will give you a good idea of how they perform it:
second version is a cover performed by a Finnish band called Steve’n’Seagulls. It is very country!
last version is another cover performed by a duo called 2Cellos. You can probably guess how this is going to go.
Featured image credit: AC/DC by Alain Stoll, licensed CC BY-NC 2.0